I knew at a young age that I had a passion for art, winning several local art competitions in junior high and high school. At the age of 14, I accompanied my brother to get his first tattoo, an angel on his back. As I watched the artist work, I was fascinated by the beauty, precision and focus involved in tattooing, and I peppered him with a constant barrage of questions. I knew then and there that I wanted to tattoo for the rest of my life. Immediately after graduating high school, I began my apprenticeship, and spent the next decade learning and tattooing under some of the best artists in the country. I don’t “specialize” in a particular style of tattooing; instead, my focus is to give the client the absolute best tattoo possible, regardless of its style. I’m stoked to join the Liquid Courage team, and look forward to collaborating with such an awesome group of artists and clients!
In addition to offering a rotating selection of over twenty wines by the glass, Liquid Assets also offers over 200 wines by the bottle from all over the world, including half bottles and a private reserve selection which currently includes vintage Krug, Vieux Telegraph, and Shafer Selections. Wines are available for retail sale, or enjoy them in-house for a $5 corkage fee. In addition to an extensive cocktail selection featuring fresh squeezed juices, housemade infusions and homemade bitters, we offer a revolving selection of specialty beers on tap. Our menu draws inspiration from French, Spanish, and Italian cuisine, and changes seasonally, using ingredients from local farms whenever possible. All of these components are thoughtfully brought together in an elegant, casual setting that features rotating art shows from local artists.
All sharp objects, including knives and scissors, firearms and martial arts weapons must be placed in checked-in luggage. Passengers can carry on tools that are smaller than 7 inches long. Athletic equipment, including ski equipment, pool cues, baseball bats and dumbbells, must be placed in checked-in baggage. Flammable liquids are prohibited on the aircraft entirely, except for cigarette lighters, which must be in a carry-on bag, and compressed gas cartridges for life vests. Passengers should be aware that the TSA prohibits gel shoe inserts inside the cabin, as well as snow globes.